Install required software in Windows.
Ignore WSL instructions. cd \my\dir in DOS with with administrator privileges vagrant up
Everything looks fine until it freezes on installing ansible step (waited 30 minutes) ctrl-c vagrant reload --provision
Terminal nag: Complains that something is blocking.
Windows Task Manager, kill zombie ruby process. vagrant reload --provision
Terminal nag: Complains about dpkg interrupted. vagrant ssh; sudo dpkg --configure -a; exit; vagrant reload --provision
Terminal nag: Complains that pip is not installed. vagrant ssh; sudo apt-get install python-pip; exit; vagrant reload --provision
I press [Enter] in the terminal when impatient… Terminal output resumes.
I could not get Trellis working using WSL The 5 linked issues in the first post (4 hosted on roots.io) are threads I landed on while searching for the same problems In Google. They are unanswered, unresolved.
The versions of the software I used in my WSL attempt are mentioned in the second post.
I will not be submitting these upstream because this is not for WSL. I simply could not get that working. This patch fixes Trellis for Windows like it was documented prior to February 21st. There’s a similar patch waiting in the queue: https://github.com/roots/trellis/pull/1096
I’ll keep my eye on GitHub and try WSL again sometime in the future. Not today.